Jatropha Incentives in India is a part of  India‘s  goal  to achieve  energy  Independence  by the year 2012. Jatropha oil is produced from the seeds of the Jatropha  Curcas, a plant  that can grow in wastelands across India and  the  oil is considered to be  an excellent source of bio-diesel.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE PLANTS (PER ACRE)

Variety Of Plant Jatropha Curcas
No. Of Plants 1000 Plants
Sowing Time Whole Year  (Irrigated Land)

Rainy Season (Un Irrigated)

Soil Any land where water can flow without hurdle
Total Plantation Time 40 to 50 Years
Irrigation System Normal
Produce Jatropha seeds (Black Colour)
Cost of Cultivation RS.17760/- (one time Investment)
Annual Maintenance,

Labour, Water, pruning electricity, harvesting

RS. 7200/- (per year)
Total Production Cycle 1st Year- Nil

2nd   Year- 200 Kg@ RS.18= RS.3600/-

3rd  Year- 500 Kg@ RS.18=  RS.9000/-

4th  Year-  1100 Kg@ RS.18= RS.19,800/-

5th  Year-  2400 Kg@ RS.18= RS.43,200/-

6th  Year-  3500 Kg@ RS.18= RS.63,000/-

7th Year-5000 Kg@ RS.18= RS.90,000/-

8th to 40 year regular every year 5000 Kgs

Market/ Buy Back Rates Seeds RS.18 Per Kg. (Current Market Price)
Total Income RS.90,000/- (after 7 years till 40 years)
BuyeRS Bio fuel Companies/ SUNRISE Agriland  Development & Research Pvt. Ltd        Website: www.sunriseagriland.com

ACTIVITIES & ACHIEVEMENTS:

Sunrise benefited 400 farmers by promoting Jatropha cultivation on waste land and availed market for them in all over Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Madurai. 500 metric tonnes seeds have been sent so far to Universities & bio-fuel companies.

USES OF RATANJOT:

It is being used for Cooking, Lighting Purpose. After extracting the oil from seeds, the residue left is high- quality organic  manure. It  can also be fed to animals  as  it is  rich in Protein.

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